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Kleine Beerstraat 16 1033CR Amsterdam

Asking price € 369.000 

Year of construction
1921
Floor space
62 m²
Number of rooms
3
Lot size
119 m²

Description

Charming and modern renovated semi-detached house, in the popular Tuindorp Oostzaan! This house has a lovely front, side and back garden!

Surroundings:
The district Tuindorp Oostzaan is a very green, quiet and up-and-coming part of Amsterdam North. There are many facilities within short distance, such as Molenwijk shopping centre, schools and childcare, playgrounds, a petting zoo around the corner and nature reserve Twiske within cycling distance. At the NDSM wharf, which is at 5 minutes cycling distance, you will find various cosy catering establishments such as Pllek and Noorderlicht, and the ferry to the city centre. The Zonneplein, just a few minutes' walk away, offers a bakery, a greengrocer, a cheese shop and a cosy coffee spot: Lokaal Spaanders. The North-South line, with Noorderpark station at 10 minutes' cycling distance, runs every few minutes. The highways are quick and easy to reach.

Layout
Ground floor:
Upon entering you immediately notice that everything about this house is right, the finish is very neat, you get the feeling of luxury in the living room! The living room, which is equipped with underfloor heating and a neat PVC floor, is an open space which is directly connected to the kitchen. The kitchen is equipped with various appliances: combi microwave, oven, induction hob, elevated dishwasher and much more luxury! From the kitchen you have access to the garden. Because the house has a corner location, you have an L-shaped garden. This means that in summer you always have a shady or sunny spot in the garden. The garden is fully tiled and there is enough space to create your own driveway!

From the hall, where the toilet is also located, you take the stairs up to the first floor.

First floor:
This former 2 bedroom floor is transformed into one large sleeping area with luxury bathroom, equipped with a bathtub, marble sink, recessed spotlights and a toilet. You will also find a separate laundry room on this floor. You also have access from the landing via a loft ladder to the spacious attic.

Details:
- Year 1921
- Living area approx 62 m2
- Possibly to realize a private driveway!
- L-shaped with always a piece of shade and sun!
- Luxury kitchen and bathroom
- Delivery in consultation, can be as soon as possible.
- Alarm system with cameras & ring doorbell are possibly to take over
- Ground lease bought off till 2050

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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2021-2-4
Status
available
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Type of house/apartment
Single-family home
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1921

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
62 m²
Lot size
119 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
3
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More information

MVA neighbourhood information: Tuindorp Oostzaan

Tuindorp Oostzaan is a neighbourhood which originates from the early 20s and mainly consists of single family houses in Amsterdam school style. These houses together with several public areas form the protected part of Amsterdam. The hub of Tuindorp lies at the Zonneplein with the monumental Sunhouse. Several theater productions and music performances are held at the Sunhouse every year.

Kleine Beerstraat 16 1033CR Amsterdam

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Amsterdam

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